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Chirping sounds lead airport officials to bag filled with smuggled parrot eggs
"Baby parrots seized from a smuggler are being cared for in Florida. A bag filled with smuggled parrot eggs was found at the Miami international airport, since hatching in March, 24 parrots are being cared for by the rare species conservatory foundation. His birds are curious. They're loving, they're sweet. Their babies. Everything's developing in front of your eyes. And they're beautiful little creatures. It was the hatchlings faint chirping inside a carry on bag at the airport that brought them to the attention of a customs and border protection officer. Doctor Paul reylo of the conservatory says a vast majority of parrot trafficking cases and in tragedy, Paris live a long time, they are sentient creatures. They're highly intelligent, very social, and these guys deserve a chance. The question will be, where will they wind up? Reylo is working with the fish and wildlife service on a plan to have the birds fly free and help restore their species in the wild. I'm Ed Donahue.
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Diplomats flee Sudan fighting as citizens struggle to escape
"Foreign governments are evacuating diplomats, staff and others from Sudan, as rival generals in the country continue to battle with no sign of a truce. Two French flights took off on Sunday from cartoon to Djibouti, caring about 200 people from various countries with more planned while military planes carrying hundreds of others have landed at a military base in Amman Jordan and the Italian air force has also evacuated stranded passengers on the Khartoum to Djibouti route, residency, fighting still rages in omdurman, a city across the Nile from Khartoum, the ongoing violence has affected operations at the main international airport in Sudan, destroying civilian planes and damaging at least one runway, other airports across the country have also been knocked out of operation. I'm Charles De Ledesma
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Bird strike sparks plane engine fire shortly after takeoff
"A bird strike sparks an engine fire on an American Airlines flight Sunday morning. The Boeing 7 37 had just taken off from Columbus international airport in Ohio en route to Phoenix when it happened according to officials. We lost the number two engine on the bird strike with high vibration. That audio courtesy live ATC, the pilot and air traffic control communicating as American Airlines flight 1958 turned around for the airport. Close to the airport so that way you're not too far away if you could get in quick. Roger and showing
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Sudan's army says evacuations of diplomats expected to begin
"As fighting persisted in Sudan's capital, the Sudanese military said it was working on evacuating diplomats from the U.S. Britain and China on military planes. The sound of gunfire and explosions rang out over the Khartoum skyline, the country has been roiled by bloody fighting for the past week that has killed over 400 people so far, according to the World Health Organization. Sudan's military chief said he had spoken to world leaders requesting safe evacuations of their citizens and diplomats from Sudan, the requests come as foreign countries have been unable to repatriate their citizens. The task was deemed too risky and miss clashes between the Sudanese army and a rival powerful paramilitary group in and around Khartoum, including at the main international airports. I am Karen Chammas
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South Floridians mop up, recall fear after historic deluge
"More rain is in the forecast for South Florida as crews continue trying to mop up and dry out from fierce rain and flooding that close the major airport in Fort Lauderdale. It was terrifying. Motorist Amanda Valentine says her car was lifted by floodwaters on a major Fort Lauderdale thoroughfare. At the height of the rainstorm Wednesday. I thought it was going on because I couldn't get my door open. At first. And the windows wouldn't go down. Nothing was working. Police say they had to help hundreds of people trapped in vehicles as cars floated away. Oh my God. More than two feet of rain was recorded around Fort Lauderdale's international airport. Mark winter was bringing his rent a car back, hoping to fly home to Seattle. Water was kept up over the wall. Into the tunnel that you pass through to go to the rental car return. And it looked like a waterfall. He says he waited for hours and then an airport worker told him no flights were going in or out. So he slept on the floor in the terminal, Broward county schools are closed through the weekend, some of them took on water as well. I'm Jackie Quinn
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Biden's pick to lead FAA withdraws amid shaky Senate support
"It's going to be a while longer before the federal aviation administration has a new chief with this weekend's withdrawal of President Biden's nominee. It's a setback for the Biden administration, which had selected the CEO of Denver International Airport, Philip Washington, to be the new administrator of the FAA. The agency in charge of air safety amid a surge in close calls at airports aging, flight technology, and a pilot shortage. Republicans were united in opposing Washington as the nominee, calling him unqualified because of limited aviation experience. Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg, supported the nomination and is blaming undeserved and partisan attacks for sinking Washington's nomination. The FAA has been without an official administrator for a year, acting administrator Bill Nolan is a pilot who held safety positions at three airlines. I'm Jackie Quinn
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Israelis stage 'day of resistance' against Netanyahu plan
"Israeli protesters have launched a day of resistance after two months of protests against the government's proposal to overhaul the judiciary, protesters waving Israeli flags descended on the country's main international airport. The plan was to block Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's route to Ben Gurion Airport ahead of an official trip overseas and, as U.S. defense secretary Lloyd Austin was visiting. Elsewhere in Tel Aviv protesters swarmed the streets waving their nation's flags, outraged at Netanyahu's plans to overhaul the judiciary, protester savior or explain. He's ready on the verge of becoming an autocratic country
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Colombia proposes shipping invasive hippos to India, Mexico
"Colombia is proposing transferring dozens of hippopotamuses that live near Pablo Escobar's former ranch to India and Mexico as part of a plan to control their population. The hippos, which are territorial away up to three tons have spread to far beyond Escobar's hacienda Napoli's ranch along the magdalena river, environmental authorities estimate that could be about 130 in the era and their population could reach 408 years the ranch and the hippos have become a sort of tourist attraction in the years since the kingpin was killed by police in 1993, when his ranch was abandoned the opposed survived and reproduced in local rivers and favorable climatic conditions to successfully export such animals for hippos would be lured with food into large iron containers and transfer by truck to the international airport. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
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Explosive found in bag at Pennsylvania airport, man arrested
"There's a hearing today in a Pennsylvania courtroom for the man charged with checking a suitcase that had explosive materials inside. 40 year old Mark muffley is facing federal charges after he allegedly hid explosives material inside a suitcase that he had checked as baggage for a flight to Orlando, Florida. During a security screening Monday at Lehigh valley international airport. Agents found the materials, believed to include flash powder used in fireworks, a can of butane, a lighter, a wick, and other items considered susceptible to igniting in flight, posing significant risk to the plane and passengers. Authorities page monthly over the airport public address system and soon after, he was spotted on surveillance video, leaving the airport. He was arrested by the FBI, which tracked monthly to a home in lansford, Pennsylvania. I'm Jackie Quinn.
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"Solicitor general, Elizabeth prelogar, claimed the two plaintiffs have no legal standing to bring the case. Democrats are calling on the CEO of Norfolk Southern to testify before Congress following the toxic train derailment in east Palestinian Ohio. Norfolk Southern, you've broken your trust with the American people. The American people. And of course, the people of east Palestinian deserve answers. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer has asked the head of the rail company to answer questions on the disaster before a Senate panel, and he's yet to respond. A close call at Boston's Logan international airport is under investigation. The FAA said a learjet took off without clearance last night while a jet blue flight was preparing to land on an intersecting runway. The pilot of the JetBlue aircraft took evasive action. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Doug prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories in the markets. In China, the manufacturing purchasing managers index rose last month to a reading of 52.6 up from 50.1 in January, meantime the non manufacturing PMI which measures activity in both the services and construction sectors also increased, it was up to a reading of 56.3, much better than forecast. President Xi Jinping has signaled a major overhaul of China's governmental agencies. We have that story from Bloomberg's David inglis. President Xi's comments come just ahead of an annual meeting by the national People's Congress. Xinhua, quote she is saying the coming changes will be intense. Among the reforms, Bloomberg reported that the long disbanded central financial work commission might be revived and that would bring more decision making of China's financial system under Xi's control. Some analysts say the signals a move by the party to take over policy making power from state institutions, she will begin a new term as president at the national People's Congress after extending his leadership of the party last October. That is Bloomberg's David and Glenn swell Apple suppliers in China may be exiting the country faster than expected. That story from Bloomberg's Ivan man. AirPod maker go or tech is one such supplier looking to move, it's investing $280 million in a new plant in Vietnam. The company is also looking at India, go our tech says many other suppliers are also looking to move. Lumber reporting suggests 9 out of ten key Apple suppliers are doing so. Now Bloomberg intelligence estimates it could take as long as 8 years for Apple to move just 10% of capacity out, but go or take things it could happen faster. And why? Companies are looking to escape the fallout from U.S. China tensions. That is Bloomberg's Ivan Mann reporting from Hong Kong after the bell in the U.S. novavax said there is substantial doubt regarding the company's ability to operate as an ongoing concern through next year, novavax has struggled to sell its COVID-19 vaccine, novavax uses a different means of vaccinating patients as opposed to Pfizer and Moderna those shots rely on messenger RNA platforms instead novavax uses. I protein based platform also today novavax reported that revenue for the fourth quarter was much below analyst forecast the stock was down 25% in late U.S. trading. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg, a market holiday in South Korea and Japan on lunch break with the knee K last reported flat. We've got a rally in Hong Kong with the
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JetBlue pilot landing in Boston averts potential collision
"Federal authorities are investigating a near collision of two aircraft in Boston. I Norman hall. The federal aviation administration says a JetBlue pilot had to take evasive action while landing at Boston's Logan international airport with another aircraft crossed an intersecting runway. The FAA says an air traffic controller instructed the pilot of a learjet to line up in weight on one runway while the JetBlue flight landed on another. Instead, the lure jet pilot took off without clearance, flight data tracking service light trader 24 says that a preliminary analysis put the aircraft at approximately 530 feet apart. The close call is the latest of four near misses involving commercial aircraft since December. At Norman hall
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TSA Air Marshal Recruitment-Marshal intro and wrap
"The transportation security administration held a recruitment event at Newark liberty international airport. The TSA is looking to hire more than 400 new air Marshals. After 9 11, we had a large group of people who found a calling with the federal error Marshall service. And they are all due to retire. So we are in need of this hiring. Supervisory federal air marshal Daniel kooza says they were especially looking for women air Marshals. Assistant special agent Daniel Brown says not everyone is cut out to be an air marshal. We are the last line of defense. We want to make sure that we get the very best of the best. A Damien Jackson Brown applied to be an air marshal in Newark, the reasons he applied. Travel, see the world, take one day at a time. And protect. Air marshal candidates must have excellent eyesight in handgun sharpshooting skills and must be able to blend in on a crowded airplane 30,000 feet in the sky. I'm Ed Donahue
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Power outage cancels, diverts flights at Kennedy Airport
"An electrical fire at JFK airport caused a power outage that led flights to be diverted from international terminal one. A power outage at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport has stretched into a second day stranding passengers, JFK's operators say an international terminal remains closed due to electrical issues and the advised travelers to check with their carriers for their flight status before coming to the airport. They said the outage was caused by an electrical panel failure that led to a small fire. The port authority said it was working to accommodate affected flights at other terminals. Some planes were forced to return to their points of origin, at least one air New Zealand flight was two thirds of the way across the Pacific Ocean when
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United Airlines flight turns around after fire in cabin
"Four people were treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation following a fire on board a flight traveling from San Diego to New Jersey. The United Airlines flight returned to San Diego international airport Tuesday morning because of the fire, passenger Anne Marie buckland tells KG TV they weren't in the air long. Probably about ten minutes into the flight. I started to smell something really bad and it just got worse and worse. Passenger Stephen Jones says some people panicked a guy next to me to seats over started to scream. The guy in first class said, oh, God put his shirt up over his face. And then I saw a flash of fire. Has entered Caroline lipinski tells KFM BTV that a first class passengers battery charger began smoking, and then it burst into flames, authorities say the crew placed the battery and especial fire bag in the Boeing 7 37 returned safely to the airport at around 7 30 a.m.. I'm Donna water
"international airport" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Media or all the logistics. I'm John trout now 16 passed, this is America in the morning. There was barely 1000 feet from a disaster at the Austin bergstrom international airport in Texas. A FedEx cargo plane was cleared to land at the airport on Saturday morning, and while that's 7 67 jetliner was on its final approach to touch down, an air traffic controller ordered a Southwest Airlines flight to use the exact same runway for takeoff. Realizing the mistake, the airport then immediately ordered the FedEx plane to abort its landing, and telling the passenger jet to hold its takeoff. At one point, the airport's radar showed both planes horizontal to one another about the length of three football fields apart. FedEx flight 1432 later landed without incident and Southwest flight 7 O 8 soon after, took off for Mexico. The national transportation safety board is investigating the near collision. A former Israeli leader involved in earlier talks aimed at preventing Russia's war with Ukraine, says he's secured a promise that the Ukrainian president would not be killed. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. In an interview, former Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett says Russian president Vladimir Putin promised him. He would not take out his Ukrainian counterpart, volodymyr zelensky. Bennett's words say he asked again. And Putin declared, I won't kill zelensky. Bennett says he then notified the Ukrainian president, who later went on national TV and said he wasn't afraid. Bennett, who served for just 6 months, became an unlikely intermediary in the first weeks of the war. He's won a few western leaders who got to meet with Putin in a hasty trip to Moscow. I'm Jackie Quinn. In sports, a blockbuster trade in the NBA with disgruntled all star guard Kyrie Irving sent from the Brooklyn Nets to the Dallas Mavericks for a package including draft picks and former net Spencer Dinwiddie
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Black boxes from Nepal plane crash to be sent to Singapore
"The black boxes recovered from the January 15th plane crash in Nepal are being sent to Singapore for analysis, experts at Singapore's transportation safety investigation bureau will examine the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder to try to identify the cause of the crash that killed all 72 people on board, a committee formed by the government is still looking into the cause of the eti airlines flight crash. Meanwhile, rescuers are still searching the hillside for the remains of two people still missing since the crash. The twin engine aircraft was approaching pokhara international airport at about 2700 feet when it plummeted into a gorge about a mile from the runway. I am Karen Chammas
The Charlie Kirk Show
Who Signed the Arrest Warrant to Nab Jeffrey Epstein?
"That's actually easy to find out is, who signed the arrest warrant to arrest Jeffrey Epstein when he landed back from Paris if my memory serves me correctly, Newark international airport, Newark. I believe that and if I remember correctly, Ghislaine Maxwell was actually the one that told him to come home. If I remember correctly, Ghislaine Maxwell told him to come home or come back, he did it on trust and as soon as he landed in Newark airport, he was arrested. Play cut 36 of Ghislaine Maxwell, now expressing her thoughts. Play cut 36. I believe that he was magic. Wow shocked. Now what did it happen? Because the science team was saying to, I was sure you were going to appeal. And I was sure that he was covered under the non prosecution agreement. But I wasn't in the indictment. I wasn't mentioned. I wasn't even one of the Coke. I obviously wish I'd never met him. Now, we very well might be able to I'm sure we can find the name of some judge that signed the warrant to actually arrest him or the arresting agents. That's not the point. The point is who's actually in charge who decided, we want to take out Jeffrey Epstein. No, no, not just take him out, but arrest him. And if you were going to kill Jeffrey Epstein, why would you need to arrest him, put him in prison, and then do it in a way that will only invite criticism and questions. And it does beg the broader question, were there people within the government that were actually trying to do the right thing?
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Peru closes Machu Picchu as anti-government protests grow
"Hundreds of tourists remain stranded after the international airport near the city of cuzco in Peru, was partially closed due to ongoing demonstrations. Anti government protesters marching, aguas caliente, a town near Cusco. The culture ministry says it had closed the conscious most famous tourist attraction, Machu Picchu, as well as the Inca trail leading up to the site to protect it says the safety of tourists and the population in general. Local officials are teams of guaranteed safety of tourists in the city of Cusco, at least looking out for the safety of each and every one of them. Some 417 visitors have been stuck at Machu Picchu and unable to get out more than 300 of them foreigners. The closure of the Incan Citadel, the dates back to the 15th century, and is often referred to as one of the 7 wonders of the world, comes as protesters from outlying regions, descend on the capital Lima. I'm Charles De Ledesma
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Nepal to send data recorder from crash to France
"Nepalese authorities have begun returning to families the bodies of victims of a flight that crashed on Sunday, just before reaching new international airport in Nepal. Grieving relatives gather round and ambulance, while hospital staff put a body encased in a white body bag into the vehicle. To the scene, Nepalese lawyer says we have lost the precious lives of so many, which is happening again in the poll. This is an irreparable loss. Investigators ascending the aircraft's data recorded to France for analysis, as they tried to determine what caused the country's deadliest plain accident in 30 years. I'm Charles De Ledesma
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Police locate 2nd missing Ohio infant; suspect arrested
"Police have located a second infant who'd been missing for two days after his mother's car was stolen in Ohio. It had to be a terrifying weight for a Columbus Ohio woman whose twin 5 month old baby boys were taken when her car was stolen Tuesday night. She had left it running while she picked up a pizza. And amber alert was issued. The first baby was found that night about 70 miles away. In a parking lot near date and international airport. Now the second twin has been found in Indianapolis. Inside the stolen car, which had been left at a restaurant parking lot. A 24 year old woman, knowledge Jackson has been arrested and charged with kidnapping the twin brothers. After someone called police because they spotted her in Indianapolis. I'm Jackie Quinn
"international airport" Discussed on WTOP
"Moving walkways, then up two more escalators. At that point, you're at the airport at your terminal. It's not a short walk, but not a real intense one either. The whole thing took me about 5 minutes. At dulles international airport, Nick high in LA, WTO P news. Money news at 25 and 55 years Gina servi. This is a Bloomberg money minute. You make Barbie has gone through many changes over the years these days the brand is becoming more eco friendly as the environment takes on growing importance among younger consumers. Mattel's new Barbie loves the ocean doll is made mostly from recycled plastic trash. You know, theoretically otherwise might be washed out into the ocean. Bloomberg green reporter Todd woody says Mattel's efforts are part of an industry wide sustainability push amid a plastic pollution crisis. Scientists in the UK studying area off the coast of the UK collected Legos that had ended up in the ocean one way or the other. And basically determined that they could last as long as 1300 years. LEGO is now making some of its accessories from sugarcane, Hasbro has said the toy formerly known as mister potato head will be made from plant based or renewable materials by the end of 2024. Woody says it's unknown if the move to more sustainable materials will help reduce the pollution harmful to marine life. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Gina survey on WTO P. Coming up after traffic and weather gun violence and concern all the way to The White House and gun violence and concern in Nashville as well, a shooting at a funeral there will tell you all about that and more it's 1257. Adopt U.S. kids presents, what do you expect when you expecting a teenager, learning the lingo? Goat, GOAT. Acronym stands for greatest of all time. As in
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"A CDC advisory panel's recommendation to approve the Pfizer and Moderna shots With this recent authorization from FDA and recommendation from CDC nearly 20 million children are now able to get vaccinated against COVID-19 The CDC advisory panel unanimously approved the decision Saturday following the FDA's approval of the vaccine this week and President Biden is praising the decision in a statement he called the move by the CDC a monumental step and a day of relief and celebration The president then urged parents to start scheduling appointments for their kids this coming week A production crew for the Late Show with Stephen Colbert has been arrested for unlawfully entering a congressional office building Jim Forbes has the latest U.S. capitol police have released a statement saying they received a call at about 8 30 p.m. Thursday night about a disturbance in the longworth House office building and found 7 individuals in a 6th floor hallway unescorted and without congressional IDs Police determined that they were part of a group that was told to leave the building earlier in the day CBS says the group was shooting a comedy segment for the show that was pre arranged through congressional aides I'm Jim Forbes Police are investigating after shots were fired at a mall in Virginia the incident happened this afternoon at Tyson's corner mall near Arlington fairfax county police say a fight broke out between a small group of people when a man pulled a gun and fired officers are searching for suspects There are currently no reports of injuries Tom Cruise is setting a new milestone in his legendary film career Top Gun maverick is now the highest grossing film ever That record was set as the movie has earned more than $800 million at the worldwide box office cruises previous record money maker was Mission Impossible fallout That made $790 million I'm criss-crossed A suspect is in custody after trying to stab travelers with a knife at San Francisco international airport the incident took place Friday night in the pre security public area of the international terminal three passengers received treatment for minor cuts with one person arrested It's not known what triggered the attack The IRS wants to give you a break with rising gas prices truly Carpenter tells us how IRS officials say they are increasing the optional standard mileage rate Right now the write off is 58 and a half cents per mile when you drive for business travel The IRS has increasing that to 62 and a half cents per mile The change will be in effect from July 1st through December 31st of this year Julie Carpenter reporting the U.S. Supreme Court is limiting the reach of California's worker protection law Nica maga has reports The Supreme Court this week ruling the federal arbitration law overrides the California statute which allows private suits against employers federal law requires such private disputes to be settled through arbitration Labor advocates say the decision would severely limit workers ability to avoid the private arbitration process and take their case to court State senator Dave cortezi chair of the Senate labor public employment and retirement committee announced his office's studying the ruling and says he's prepared to author legislation to respond Nika maga has reporting Vince McMahon is making his first appearance on WWE SmackDown after stepping down as CEO an investigation is underway into alleged misconduct by McMahon the wrestling tycoon allegedly gave millions of dollars in hush money payments to women He had sexual relationships with his company says McMahon has voluntarily stepped back while a special board committee investigates the allegations but that he will stay involved with creative content McMahon did not address the allegations during the SmackDown and instead said it was a privilege to be there then now and forever I'm Chris grazia And.
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"The news comes after transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg met with airline CEOs Friday about whether they can handle the summer schedule of flights and meet the demands of the upcoming July 4th weekend thousands of flights were also canceled around the Memorial Day weekend Election officials from Georgia will testify in front of the House committee investigating last year's riot at the U.S. capitol Brian shook has more Georgia's Secretary of State Brad raffensperger and his deputy gave Sterling will participate in the hearings that are expected to display the findings of the panel's investigation spanning almost a year Raffensperger became no nationwide soon after the 2020 election when he refused to find votes at the request of former president Trump I'm Brian shook The Federal Reserve's approach to fighting inflation will be unconditional Lisa Taylor has more That's according to the Central Bank's annual report on monetary policy It comes ahead of testimony before Congress next week by chairman Jerome Powell the fed has already made moves to fight inflation which included raising interest rates by 75 basis points this week the rate hike was the largest since 1994 I'm Lisa Taylor Two people are dead after a 5 alarm fire tore through a New York City neighborhood The fire erupted around two Friday afternoon in Queens firefighters responded quickly but three homes were destroyed and two were badly damaged Shortly after firefighters said the fire was out two bodies were discovered Authorities have not released details on the victims crews are now searching through the properties for other victims A suspect is in custody after trying to stab travelers with a knife at San Francisco international airport The incident took place Friday night in the pre security public area of the international terminal three passengers received treatment for minor cats with one person arrested It's not known what triggered the attack I'm Brad Siegel California lawmakers are introducing what they call the most ambitious piece of legislation in the U.S. to address the plastic pollution crisis U.S. plastics policy analyst at ocean conservancy doctor Anya Brandon says the bill mandates a 25% reduction in single use plastic packaging sold in California But it would result in a reduction of 23 million tons of plastic in the state over the next ten years which is equivalent to nearly 26 times the weight of the Golden Gate Bridge The majority of the most common items littering beaches and waterways are single used plastic packaging and food wear The plastic pollution producer responsibility act also requires that all single use packaging and food wear be recyclable or compostable by 2032 Rare bipartisan support for a new law leads some of Virginia's government fleet poised to go electric Rebecca Hughes has more Virginia lawmakers cite the total cost of ownership rather than the sticker price the Virginia mercury reports the new law orders many state agencies to buy or lease electric cars rather than gas powered ones unless a lifetime cost calculator clearly indicates that the gas version is cheaper Governor Glen youngkin signed the measure in May both parties hoped to combat climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions Officials say transportation is responsible for about half of all Virginia's carbon emissions I'm Rebecca Hughes California jury is sent to return Monday after it nearly reached a verdict and Bill Cosby's civil trial Cosby is being sued by Judy youth who alleges Cosby molested her in 1975 when she was 16 The jury was asked to answer 9 questions about the case but were only able to reach consensus on 8 the judge would not accept the partial verdict Kansas is bracing for more hot weather after a heat wave killed thousands of cows stayed authorities say over 2000 cows died during last weekend's heat wave which saw temperatures rise into the triple digits in southwest Kansas high 90s expected through Sunday I'm Brad Siegel And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom This newscaster is brought to you by informatica in the cloud your data has the power to do the extraordinary manage data across any location in the cloud for accurate and actionable insights more at informatica dot com New Jersey transit suspended rail service into and out of New York City last night after a day in which dozens of trains were canceled because of an engineer shortage New York won reports NJ transit is saying the shortage was the result of an illegal job action by the union representing locomotive engineers who currently don't have a collective bargaining agreement an email message seeking comment was left with the union's local chairperson on Friday Bitcoin dropped below 20,000 for the first time since December 2020 This as evidence of deepening stress within the crypto industry keeps on piling up against a backdrop of monetary tightening The largest token by market value tumbled more than 9% to $18,740 by early morning in London today Stocks saw their biggest weekly losses since March 2020 as the fed moves aggressively to fight inflation Former treasury secretary Lawrence summers Warren's stagflation is coming I think there's a significant chance that we're going to find ourselves in the stagflationary situation where inflation comes down but not all the way to desired levels And the economy is much weaker than anything that's contemplated in the fed's forecast Some are spoke to David Westin on Bloomberg Wall Street week For the week the S&P 500 fell 5.8% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.
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"All things considered I'm Audie Cornish And I'm Mary Luis Kelly Haiti has another crisis on its hands After the assassination of the president an earthquake a tropical storm and the kidnapping of 16 American missionaries on one Canadian now a fuel shortage is crippling the country gangs are blocking fuel shipments gangs that have become increasingly powerful in Haiti filling the power vacuum created by all that recent turmoil Everything from hospitals to cell phone towers are running out of gas Linda telemach is country director of the nonprofit hope for Haiti That's an aid organization Telemaque is currently in New York City She travels to Haiti often she was just there she had to cut her trip short because of the situation there Linda welcome to all things considered Thank you Mary Luis Can we start there What was the situation that you found on this most recent trip to Haiti and why'd you have to cut your visit short and return to New York So yeah leading up to my trip finding fuel with difficult However it was something that we were still managing But as I got there it was pretty dismal trying to find fuel at that point And I had to close our office because just driving to and from it was a miss utilization of the resources that we had That could better be used in keeping our clinic open or providing care in mobile clinics So how are they operating Can they operate what has been the impact their in terms of all these shortages So before we would run our generator 8 9 hours out of the day now to conserve our fuel that we have left we are running it only four hours a day We were running our mobile clinics 5 days a week We dropped down to one mobile clinic a week Can you give me a specific example Can you tell us a story about somebody who you are not able to treat in the way that you would like to treat because of all this Yeah so our mobile clinic team which is over 30 medical professionals they would see upwards of 1500 to 2000 patients in the rural areas of the south On any given week And now we're down to barely seeing 300 people These are community members who do to the earthquake their clinics are no longer functioning Or certain areas they never had a clinic or dispensary in that area So this is medical care that is so dire And you know these are people who may have wound care that they need or medication that they need to sustain 'cause you know high blood pressure and diabetes Those are extremely prevalent I'm trying to understand the motive here I said the fuel shortage is due in large part to gangs which are blocking fuel shipments Why Why is it in anyone's interest to block fuel shipments and make fuels so short in Haiti I mean ultimately you're crippling the country Government issued energy is almost nonexistent So you have to have fuel Communication there is over 30 towers that no longer have fuel You're cutting off certain areas of the country to communication completely or even getting water Water it's delivered to your house So now lack of fuel lack of water So this is a way of creating more chaos by further crippling the government because the government can't provide any of those very basic services you just described Exactly It creates complete chaos and it pretty much stalls the country Now that you're back in New York we're of course there's a pretty big Haitian Diaspora What is the conversation there How are people there watching events in Haiti I mean ultimately they're trying to understand I mean I had a conversation with a friend of mine who is Haitian American And she's like Linda you left because of insecurity And I was like no I didn't leave because of insecurity I left because there was lack of fuel So it's having they want to have these conversations to understand what can they do you know and at this point for the fuel crisis that we have there's nothing that you can do This is just something that has to be handled within the country Linda telemach thank you Thank you Mary Louise Country director of the nonprofit hope for Haiti Another busy travel weekend add some bad weather and you get another airline meltdown And this time it's American Airlines which canceled nearly 2000 flights over the weekend and more than 350 flights today Now this follows similar issues in recent months at Southwest and spirit airlines NPR's David shaper reports it might not bode well for those planning travel over the upcoming holiday season Very chill and dream vacation turned into a nightmare at Charlotte's international airport this weekend where she waited for hours for a flight that never took off At this point we just want to go back home but we don't want to lose the money that we've already paid for the resort American Airlines blamed bad weather Thursday and Friday at its largest hub in Dallas coupled with shortages of pilots.
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"International Airport, and a procession would follow to his hometown. More than 5500 of Covid 19 cases reported today in Ohio, just below the movie three week average, though Monday numbers tend to be on the lower side, the 232 new hospitalizations still above the 21 Day average, with the 19 new ICU admissions right at its average more than 3400 people in Ohio or currently hospitalized for Covid 19 in Portsmouth, the southern Ohio Medical Center is at capacity. Hospital officials made that announcement this weekend on Social media. The staff is adding an additional covid unit to address the issues. Officials say they are worried staffing won't meet the demand of patients. Students in the Sandusky City school district began wearing mask in class today. The district, announcing a mask mandate over the weekend that requires students to wear face coverings while inside district buildings. The superintendent, in a statement said that after reviewing covid trends, it was clear that requiring face coverage for students along with employees was the best course of action to keep everyone safe. It was a brief appearance today for George Wagner, the fourth in Pike County Court. No action was taken by Judge Randy Deering said Some changes to motions are likely coming, with some withdrawn and some new to be filed. George. The fourth appearance in court came three days after his mother, Angela, changed her, pleaded guilty for her role in the rodent family murders in 2016, his brother Jake earlier this year. Also switching has pleaded guilty with both changing their police. They have agreed to testify against George the fourth and George Billy Wagner, the third, who's not guilty pleas remain unchanged. George Wander. The fourth is due back in court. October 25th I'm Sean Gallagher..
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
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"Since the taliban ambled back into kabul earlier this month various of the departing powers have evacuated more than one hundred thousand people via hamad karzai international airport. It has not been an orderly process. Crowds of desperate stoic. People have besieged the terminal brandishing. Whatever credentials they can muster at foreign troops and diplomats all of them aware of the dreadful risk they were running even before thursday's bombing by islamic state which killed at least eighty afghans and thirteen. Us marines afghans fled the soviet occupation of the one thousand nine hundred eighty s the afghan civil war of the early nineteen ninety s the taliban insurgency of the late nineteen ninety s. Whatever criticisms may reasonably be made of the us laid intervention which began in late. Two thousand one. It didn't frighten people off. Indeed millions of afghans who had fled went back home the voluntarily or repatriated from iran and pakistan but afghans are on the move again now those who have climate for a flight out of kabul in the last couple of weeks have attracted most of the media's attention but they likely a minority crowds gathering at and crossing afghanistan's land borders afghanistan's diaspora is about to grow larger. What is it like to realize that at a moment's notice you must pack what you can carry and leave your homeland very possibly forever. Is there any way at all that the united states in particular can resettle this wave of refugees calmly and compassionately without an attendant partisan political circus. And what can previous generations of afghan refugees. Teach both the new arrivals and the country's they're arriving in. This is the foreign desk behind this. Finally after two days trying and trying on thursday evening. I could internet compound and then to the airport. The flight was so weird for me. You know because beaver seating underground of ed k. Not true no food. Nothing don't think they're republican. Party is a party of immigration anymore. Trump still runs the party. He is the loudest voice in the party will be until we have another republican president. Those that get the lucky golden ticket. Like i did in one thousand nine hundred ninety four when i became a refugee from afghanistan to the united kingdom. Those people aren't the people we should be worried about. It's the women is. The children is the young men the lgbtq community that religious minority the racial and sectarian minority. That we have to be really thoughtful of in this precise moment in time. My heart is with those people that i know aren't going to be airlifted out of that situation. You're listening to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller our first guest. This week is one of those very recent additions to the afghan diaspora. Fatima hosseini is a photographer artist and curator who managed to get aboard an evacuation flight from kabul to paris. I started by asking how she was doing. All things considered. I am feeling better now. A little sarah now but still. I think i am neither traumatized in.
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"They are essentially recounting in minute. Minute to minute detail. What actually happened. The president's own words on video the president's own words on twitter the fact that there were people protest who were literally reading the president's word for word to the crowd to encourage them or people who said they came to the capital at the invitation of the president and that's why they did what they did To to me Calling the presentation offensive but apparently having no problem whatsoever with the underlying conduct that let the impeachment in the first place is a peculiar form of of moral confusion. On the part of lindsey graham. That that let's be honest. We've kind of seen it before it's new. It's not surprising. But it's still. I think at this late date. I think it's gotten old. I mean he that attitude. I think has become a little too stale and and would it would have been better for him had he said nothing than having set but he did and i think we. We've talked about this lots of times. Before i think the last few years you know under president trump one republican tenant had been used to distort facts To to to you know sort of push back on media reports and things like that. I think what what was frustrating for republicans as they're trying to poke holes in this is that they're seeing like you said this empirical sort of evidence of like you know what happened not filtered through a new york times report or something like that that they can attack they attack that that structure but actually presented by fellow members of congress and you know law enforcement that are there to protect those very same republicans as well and so i think that was that a you know an issue but but i think i think the trial itself is really kind of gone to plan. I saw report today. That said that the former president trump had had asked one of his impeach one of his impeachment lawyers to literally leave the trial to do a hit on fox news during it. And i was like. That's that's most symbolic of the last four years of trump's presidency. That's i mean that's that's it that's it to a t. You know and i saw even today. Some folks are trying to report that he's actually. He's gotten bored with this idea that the election was stolen with him. And now he's looking for a new angle to to make into be continue being the force in that party and everything like that and so i you know. Yeah i think there's gonna be posturing you've seen in some of the more you know I wouldn't say anti-trump were moderate. Republicans use like romney collins and things like that on the gop side. You know come out against this constitutional vote you know. You know mentioned that the house you know impeachment managers have some good points and things like that but but ultimately like you know. Do you have sixty seven senators. You really don't and you know. I think everybody's got know that and so in terms of what one side says one side You know that's that's politics. That's a lot of biology into in terms of like the matter of law and constitutionality. I think that's been decided. Yeah exactly exactly so. We will have results on both of these votes next week. And you'll see if our predictions came true. I feel pretty confident on both. The commission will vote to rename the airport and that the senate will vote not to convict president. Trump will know the results of that by the time. This podcast comes to you next week. So until then please download and listen to our podcast anywhere. You get your podcasts. Google play spotify tune store leave us a rating. If you want to. And don't forget to subscribe so you never miss a new edition of rj politics until next week i'm rj. Politics and govern editor. Steve sibelius politics reporter rory apple. Thanks for listening.
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"Mean there's other alternatives. I mean we probably think of other alternatives. I heard wayne newton. Franks atra has connections to lost your incident entertainment. If you want somebody who has connections to las vegas and also has a role aviation how about howard. Us howard hughes lived here for many years. And he was a pioneer aviation. So you have that. You have as amy tarquinio suggested you have jerry tarjanian. I think i think you know there was a time in this community before he went to fresno in did such great things in fresno where this community was as divided about jerry tarquini. It was about harriet Fish half the people saying the guy's a cheat he's he easies You can't trust him. He broke all the rules. We got rid of him. And you had half the people in as a winner and vegas loves a winner and who we want to keep their and it really drove a wedge in this community. So so you know. Even i think somebody like jerry. Arcane who now i think in retrospect offers death is now remembered fondly and and And with great affection. I think would still have problems. And then as you say roy i mean you know. We are now looking back over history and saying the antisemitism that pat mccarron displayed publicly and privately Antisemitism is now no longer acceptable Who knows what we're saying. Maybe something we are saying on this podcast right now. Today in twenty years from now is gonna be found so repulsive so unacceptable that you and i will not have anything named after you know. I agree and and i'll tell you about the acadian The everybody's got caned stories here in vegas. But i actually i have some from fresno as well because my dad used to travel with the team a lot because he he's a talk show host. He did media and so he would go with them. And one of the jobs he had they went to the nit which for fresno state was a big deal..
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"That people have rumored about him for a long long time without know ever anything super concrete coming out on that so i think that's interesting. I one thing that i was thinking about actually as i was driving my son to preschool today. I was thinking about this. This argument and i was thinking about you know mccarron. The senator with the airport is named after you know at his time was obviously you know well thought of and respected enough to have an airport named after him in a senator for nevada the time and so i to me. I'm just kinda like in twenty thirty years of society evolving of our perceptions on on things changing. I wonder if this same argument would happen with read. You know he'll be he'd be gone by then. A lot of folks would be long gone by then. And i just i was thinking about the merits of you. Know moving away from naming stuff and buildings and things after after people who are all of us flawed in various ways. And just seeing what's going on in california where we're both from where you've seen a lot of this sort of revision kind of like getting rid of of folks who had any ties to the confederacy or or or even you know we're on the wrong side of civil rights in the sixties or anything like that which i think is i think is good. I think we we should constantly be looking back at history and sort of revising our standards and growing in that way. So i kinda see. I kind of see a little bit of the argument. I always the guy clearly gave much of his life to serving the state and had a measurable impact in many ways. But at the same time. I also kind of see the argument of just you know not elevating anybody to that naming status and having to have this debate in ten twenty thirty fifty years so i was kinda thinking about that part of the argument a little bit and i don't know i don't..
"international airport" Discussed on RJ Politics
"The the impacted. Harry reid has had certainly on the political landscape on individual politicos in this area. Can't you can't be denied from the las vegas review journal. This is our politics. Rj politics the political. Podcast of the las vegas review journal. I'm jay politics and government. Editor steve sibelius and politics reporter rory apple and today we are talking about the issue of the day which is going to come up on the clark county commission agenda next week and that is the potential to start the process of renaming mccarron international airport four former united states. Senator harry reid former majority leader. Now retired senator. Harry reid It is a very controversial topic to say. The least because i think read Probably reflective of his electoral performance in nevada. I think he enjoys support from about half the population in opposition from about half the population. But it is vehement opposition and I mentioned on twitter. The controversy and there've been tweets going sense. I think i mentioned it last week. I'm still getting tweets as of today People just feeling free to weigh in on the topic and it's been in other In britain about another places. so so. that's it's definitely going to be. Controversial are prospect. Been hearing about this. So i have seen the same thing a lot of tweets. I think we're both in thread with the former state. Party chair amateur acadian. I think she's in banging the drum on this. And i think today she was even she's also she's in the rename it. Las vegas international airport. Just keep it keep it similar. You know to to you know what it is. It works with the three letter. Sorta call signal for the airport anyway And then she's also been a little bit on the under campaigning. side for her father-in-law who i guess. I think it's been. I think it's today. Is the six year anniversary of his death. Obviously the former basketball coaching. unlv and at fresno state mile mater. Throwing that out there ask the bulldogs named very famously. For the largest gang in town i actually but areas if you ever watch that gangland show with ice. Tea came to my hometown. I think the only time we've ever been on national. Tv in is never a good thing. And yeah the bulldogs are terrible gang. We weren't allowed to wear their stuff when i went to elementary school. But anyway i have seen the same thing It looks like i mean it's you know it's a we should get into. The presentation is by the commissioner. Who i believe also tried to get this through the legislature for a few years ago..
Newsradio 700 WLW
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"On the back porch. That's how deep it is up here. Shoot some video clips little on the blogged that there you go, Bridge GM Jeanette Crawl believes in the team shortstop, he said yesterday after missing out on signing some free agents like D D Gregorius and also Marcus, semi and among others. Let's see. They've the Reds have signed left handed pitcher left handed reliever a Sean Doolittle. He says he's open to pitching any role. It's in the bullpen for 2021. The equipment truck is ahead of the Arizona I'm sure the better weather and let's see, though the pitchers and catchers report a week from tomorrow position I was on February 17 position players February 21st. MLB in the union say seven inning doubleheaders again. Runners start for second base in extra innings no universal DHS they have already agreed upon. Let's see Thursday. Thursday's game between two Poland Xavier postponed due to covert considerations. Last night, It was number four. Ohio State beating Maryland 73 65 tonight. Arkansas, Kentucky at seven on ESPN. 15 30 VCU takes on your date and flyers Mikey. NHL Columbus got by Carolina 3 to 2 and snowbound in Middletown. I'll be number one on that list for not driving in the snow, and I'll be darn proud of it. That a boy, haven't you? Well, w This is the aviation report with Jay Radcliff brought to you by the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport on 700 wlw Vijay. We have plan B. Consider to extend the bailout the airlines all the way through September, and that could be to the tune of 14 billion. And that would be for those keeping score at home. The third such a bailout for airlines they received, of course, 25 billion Last March. Recently, another 15 billion that's scheduled to run out on the 15th or she'd made 31st of March and this would be the next 1 14 billion. Taxpayer money, most of which does not have to be repaid. That would keep the airline's going if you will, through September and I say going, Mike, the Big Four airlines are sitting on about $32 billion in cash, so it's not like any of them are in the process of Prepared to go the business or anything. Most of this is for payroll support, keeping people on the payroll that airlines at this point really don't need but That doesn't mean the money is going to stop. We could be looking at 14 billion as far as the next round of stimulus money. Well, all right, then dealt, announces they will continue blocking the middle seat through April. Exactly. And while the load factors 75% often so, so they're not giving up a great deal of revenue on some of their flights for right now, the only carrier that's suggesting they're going to continue to do so. They extended it by a month. They went from the end of Arch now through the end of April and again convenient when you don't have the numbers right now that you won't be leaving a lot of people at the gate, But Michael have the latest on this and more on my aviation blood sponsored is always by the Greater Cincinnati. The Kentucky International Airport now offering fares to Denver around her pretty $64. You can find that and more that C b g airports dunk off, All right, how we looking CVG and elsewhere. Cincinnati obviously have some slow down there, but we're doing okay. We also have some issues. And so Lake City, Atlanta and Charlotte Pugh delays this morning in Chicago. By this evening, Philadelphia and New York could get on the mixed with person delays approaching an hour. All right. Well, thank you, Sarah get the latest news, traffic and weather in about a minute. 700 wlw. Hi, I'm Dr John Barbaro, chief medical officer for Bergen Newbridge Medical Center in Paramus, New Jersey..
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"Turned off. Seating needs to be limited to 25% news. Brought to you by Mike Diamond. The smell good plumber Ah 20 Ton fire engine has been dug out of the mud and Lincoln Heights. The fire truck became trapped in the muddy shoulder of Paradise drive last Excuse me. Friday evening. It took firefighters about seven hours to slowly pull the truck out of the sludge. The fire truck got stuck responding to a small trash fire that was out before firefighters even arrived on scene. The Oakland International Airport now has covert 19 test vending machines for about 150 bucks. People can get a self administered test sent out their sample and have the results within 48 hours. Officials say the airport is the first in the country to sell the tests in vending machines. Indoor dining will resume in New York City on Valentine's Day, Governor Cuomo says there will be a living on capacity a 25%. The restaurant's want a period of time so they can notify workers order supplies, etcetera. S so we're saying in the dining 25% on Valentine's Day. Cuomo is also allowing wedding receptions to resume on March 15 provided they don't exceed 150 people, and if all guests get tested for covert 19, the 25% capacity that will be permitted for New York City's indoor dining is lower than the 50% allowed elsewhere in the state. South Africa coded variant has been confirmed in Maryland. All officials say the variance seems to be more contagious. But the visor and Madonna vaccines are still effective against it. The first case detected the U. S was found in South Carolina on Thursday. Events. Lombardi Trophy has arrived in Tampa, head of the Super Bowl. The trophy, arrived yesterday and sits at the NFL Super Bowl Experience Parking museum. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will battle the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs for the trophy a week from tomorrow on February, 7th. University in Florida will be using covert 19 sniffing dogs this semester. Officials say the dogs will be used in an effort to control the spread of the Corona virus on campus. The dogs appear to be in high demand in Florida. The Miami Heat also has started using the train dogs to screen fans for covert at home games. The adoptive parents of $2 missing for more than a month in California. Natalie their home because of death threats. Drizzle Wes is the three and four year old boys may have wandered into the desert near California City, about 100 miles north of L. A. I realize that I left the gate open and I panicked. Came inside house search. The House member wife What's that? Hadn't panned out. I got in van Look down Street most directions..
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"Noah Global News Update. Major Iraqi terrorist has killed in a joint operation. The top leader of Isis in Iraq is dead after a joint mission with the U. S and Iraqi forces, a spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve says. The 43 year old known as Abu Yasser, was killed in an airstrike this week in the northern part of the country. The attack was meant to stem resurgence efforts and comes after the double suicide bombing in Baghdad last week. Colonel Wayne Murad. Oh says the U. S led military coalition will continue to remove key leaders and degrade the terrorist organization. He warned others they will be pursued to the ends of the Earth. National security advisor Jake Sullivan says the biggest challenge to the U. S security is right here on home turf, he says right now the U. S has to get its own house in order. Sullivan said. We have to deal with the pandemic, the economic crisis, the climate crisis and the deep political divisions, which will be the early work of the Biden administration. Then, he says, we can think about outside threats from a position of renewed strength. Government figures show consumer spending fell for the second straight month in December. Matt Madison has more, the Commerce Department said Friday. Consumer spending slipped by 2/10 of a percent last month. That's less than economists expected as Americans cut spending on recreation vehicles and dining out of bed covered fears. Meanwhile, incomes rose by 6/10 of a percent. I'm at Madison and California's Oakland International Airport is the first airport to feature vending machines that conveniently dispense coded 19 test kits. People who must travel can now purchase a coded test for 130 to $150, and they could be reimbursed by health insurance providers in less than 24 hours. Test results will arrive via a phone app. That's the latest I'm Jim Forbes. High ranking judge in New York State is handing the Trump Organization a legal setback. New YORK Supreme Court Judge Arthur Anger and ordered a law firm to turn over some documents to the state attorney general's office. New York Attorney General Letitia James is investigating accusations that former President Trump's company inflated the value of assets to obtain loans and tax breaks. Along with attracting new investors. Long time. LGBT Q Activist Carmen Vest Quest has died from covert 19 complications at the age of 72. She was the founding director of the women's building a woman led space in San Francisco. That opened the 1971 with the goal of gender equality and social justice. In the nineties, she helped found the New York State LGBT Health and Human Services Network. Congress is going to pay tribute to fallen Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick Brian Shook has the latest House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced sick Nick will lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda starting Tuesday night. It will be a viewing period and congressional tribute before sick. Nick is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Signature died after being hit with a fire extinguisher during the capital protests on January 6th. To congressional leaders said Sick Nick and other officers helped save lives that day. I'm Brian shut and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton once multiple stock companies. The answer questions following the suspension of certain Wall Street trades. Paxton issue 13 several investigative demands the companies including TD Bank E trade. TD Ameritrade and Robin Hood, saying they can't limit public access to the free market. Paxton says it stinks of corruption for the companies to coordinate in hopes of keeping their market dominance.